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  • Information report on the work of the X Joint Plenum of the CPRF Central Committee and Central Control and Revision Commission

    On July 4, 2020, the Xth Joint Plenum of the CPRF CC and CCRC was held in Moscow. Due to restrictions imposed due to COVID 19 epidemic, the Plenum became an another event of the Central Committee held in format of a videoconference. More than 2,000 participants from all regional branches of the Party, as well as representatives of veteran, women’s, youth and other public associations were connected to the video link. Representatives of mass – media were granted an opportunity to get acquainted with the Plenum decisions. Live broadcast on the Internet was conducted by“Red line”TV channel.

  • UJS of Brazil: New times demand new tactics

    200708ujsOn Sunday, May 31, Brazilians took to the streets to counter neo-Nazi demonstrators and to protest police violence against people of color.

    From the start of the pandemic, progressive forces emphasized life and democracy, with the understanding that science is the best defense to preserve people from Covid-19 and respect for social institutions is necessary to defend democracy. While science indicates that social isolation is the best road to save lives, we need a guaranteed right to isolation, which can be accomplished only by measures of social protection enacted by the governments.

  • Thousands of Social Workers Begin Unlimited Strike, Protest in Center

    Thousands of social workers in Israel launched an open-ended strike on Monday, July 6, to protest poor wages, their constant exposure to the danger of violence, and the excessive workload they must bear due to the COVID-19 crisis. With the start of the strike, thousands of them and their supporters demonstrated at Habima Square in Central Tel Aviv, and blocked traffic on nearby Ibn Gavirol Street.

  • CPI Welcomes Disengagement to Bring the Current India-China Stand Off to an End

    The National Secretariat of the Communist Party of India has issued the following statement today (on July 7, 2020):

    The Communist Party of India welcomes the telephonic conversation between Shri Ajit Doval, National Security Adviser of India and H.E. Mr. Wang Yi, State Councillor and Minister of Foreign Affairs of China to initiate the disengagement of the troops along the LAC and for restoration of peace and tranquillity at India-China border areas.

  • Tories face ‘heavy reckoning’

    ‘This Tory government will face a heavy reckoning for its disastrous response to the COVID-19 crisis’, Communist Party general secretary Robert Griffiths told the party’s online executive committee meeting at the weekend.  He pointed out that that Britain had the second highest death rate for the virus in the world – second only to Belgium which includes suspected as well as confirmed cases – and, micro-states aside, the ninth lowest testing rate. He also cited a recent survey published by the Economist Intelligence Unit which put Britain second from bottom of a league table of 21 OECD countries in their response to the crisis after taking account of populations risk factors such as obesity, age profile and international mobility.  

  • CPI congratulates the Coal workers and CTUs - Strike and Nationwide Protest

    Communist Party of India (CPI) General Secretary D RAJA has issued the following statement today (on July 3, 2020):

    The CPI congratulates the Coal Workers and their Trade Unions for their successful 2nd day strike against the decision taken by the Modi government in the name of Atmanirbhar Bharat to hand over Coal Mines to the private sectors, both Indian and foreign. The reports coming from all the Coal fields are that the strike is 100% success. It is unfortunate that the Prime Minister of the country himself has inaugurated the Coal Auction Process on the 18th of June 2020. The Coal Unions and the Central Trade Unions have been opposing the government policy of privatisation and 100% FDI in Coal Sector.

  • Stop Israel’s annexation plan!

    The Communist Party USA denounces the plans announced by the government of Israel to annex up to 30 percent of the land the Palestinian people hope to include in a future Palestinian state—an annexation which Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his coalition allies had threatened to carry out as early as July 1 but is expected in the coming days. This annexation would not be possible without the full backing of the Trump administration, and without the extremely weak response of the Democratic Party opposition in the U.S. Congress.

  • CPI Condemns BJP Government’s Decision to Handover the Indian Railways to Private Sectors

    Communist Party of India (CPI) General Secretary D RAJA issued the following statement today (on July 2, 2020) decrying the Modi governments move to privatize Railways in toto:

    The BJP led Modi government is determined to hand over all the national assets and resources to the private corporates. No sector of the economy and industry is spared. Coal mine, banks, defence, oil, insurance, electricity, telecom, space and atomic energy all are being privatized by the Modi regime. The latest target of privatisation is the Indian Railways.

  • Communist Youth of Greece on the International Day Against Drugs

    Numerous activities were organised by KNE’s Organisations all over Greece for 26 June, International Day Against Drugs.

    With events, meetings, exhibitions, film screenings, sports tournaments, artistic creation, etc. we are sending a strong message against all drugs, while at the same time we promote KNE's positions, by disseminating in a mass way the publication of the Committee of the Central Council of KNE Against Drugs "Look for the real substance - Say NO to all drugs" (https://bit.ly/3hAaBP5).

  • Joint List MKs to Democrats in the US Congress: Stop the Annexation

    Joint List IsraelAll 15 Knesset members from the Joint List sent a letter on Thursday, June 25, to members of the Democratic Party in the US Congress urging them to take a firm stand against Israel’s plans to annex portions of the Palestinian occupied West Bank.

  • Economic crisis and police violence spark people’s movements

    We shall not lose heart, no matter which turn history takes, but we shall not allow history to take a turn without our participation. — V. I. Lenin

    The US is going through the most profound economic, political, and social crisis since the 1930s Great Depression, a crisis sparked by the covid-19 pandemic. On top of an already volatile mix, the heinous racist police murder of an African American resident of Minneapolis, George Floyd, occurred. His killing, along with the earlier murders this year of Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, sparked the most significant wave of demonstrations and civil unrest in the United States since 1968.

  • Who will ensure justice when the youth is given no options?

    Since the beginning of our education we hear only one thing: Matriculation will determine your life!

    This week, we will enter the exam which will “determine our lives” along with millions of friends and peers. This exam is supposed to evaluate our knowledge, our talents, our dreams and all the things we are capable of, in almost 3 hours. We have 3 hours, make it or break it!

  • Solidarity with the Youth and the people USA

    comunistaCommon Announcement the Communist, Progressive and Anti-imperialist Youth organizations of the world

    The Communist, progressive and Anti-imperialist Youth Organizations, that sign this common announcement, we condemn the most recent criminal acts in the USA,  the brutal murder of  Afro-American George Floyd, by the police, and the violent repression and attempted criminalization of  the struggles against racism, injustices and social inequalities. These events have exposed once again the aggressiveness of the USA and its Trump administration in the offensive against the workers and the people of the United States.

  • Joint Announcement of the Communist Youth Organisations: Solidarity with NKPJ and SKOJ!

    comunistaThe Communist Youth Organisations signing this text express our solidarity with and support to our comrades in the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ) and its Youth Organisation, the League of Communist Youth of Yugoslavia (SKOJ), on the occasion of the exclusion of their electoral list from the parliamentary election, which will be held in Serbia on Sunday, June 21.

  • More Protests against Annexation of Occupied Palestinian Territories

    Dozens of leftist activists blocked Herzl Street in Tel Aviv last Sunday, June 14, to protest Israel’s “colonialist policies and plans to formally annex” occupied Palestinian territories. The protesters barricaded the central downtown road with concrete barriers and fences, on which they raised banners in Hebrew, Arabic and English reading: “No to annexation, No to apartheid” and “Israel is not a democracy… Apartheid.”

  • Fine Gael Is Not A Normal Party

    In recent days the caretaker Taoiseach Leo Varadkar referenced the widespread horseshoe theory with the comment that “the far right and the far left aren’t very different to [him]”. Leo refers to this idea by suggesting that the two are separate and him and his comrades in Fianna Fail and the Labour Party are somewhere in the middle. This political perspective is also common in university curricula. In the School of Law and Economics it is essentially implied that the current social democratic and capitalist method of organising society is in the middle, while extremes such as fascism and communism are the other ‘authoritarian’ and ‘totalitarian’ options and both are dictatorial and anti-democratic.

  • Waiting no more: Our dying days are done

    Once again, an African American man, Rayshard Brooks, was gunned down in Atlanta by deadly fire, shot in the back at point-blank range while fleeing arrest by white officers. And once again, a daughter’s cry for her father will forever go unanswered while the deeply racist system of American policing reveals itself for all the world to see.

  • Build working class unity, says veteran anti-apartheid campaigner

    At a Black Lives Matter rally today (13 June) in Shepton Mallet, Somerset, the rally’s organiser, Morning Star supporter Pete Stevenson, read out this stirring message from veteran anti-apartheid campaigner and communist Ken Keable. There were over 200 people at the rally and the message was warmly received. Social distancing was strictly observed.

    Message from Mr Ken Keable of Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Somerset

  • Organizing the unemployed, then and now

    Hunger, homelessness, and evictions were features of the Great Depression in the United States. Jobs disappeared and working conditions deteriorated. Some “250,000 teenagers were on the road.” And how many others? By 1933 one-third of farm families had lost their farms. Unemployment that year was 25 percent. The lives of working people were devastated.

    The federal government’s New Deal led to political and social reforms. Now the U.S. government once more has a big economic crisis on its hands, this one associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s providing mostly financial relief, with a lot going to big economic players.

  • Britain must confront its racist and imperialist past


    “Britain must confront its racist and imperialist past. In order to fully recognise the problems of racism in Britain and its continued imperialist role, it is absolutely necessary that Britain confronts its racist and imperialist past – says the Young Communist League and the Communist Party’s Anti Racist Commission.